Riot Games has announced its complete roster of on-air talent for the upcoming VCT Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik 2022.

The broadcast team of hosts, casters, and analysts features many of the familiar faces that cover the VCT North America and EMEA Stage 1 Challengers circuit.

Masters Reykjavik also sees a new name in gaming, anime, and entertainment host Jacki Jing, who will join Yinsu “Yinsu” Collins in hosting the event. Jing recently hosted Riot Games’ VCT NA Game Changers Series 1 event this year and has covered popular events such as E3 and New York Comic-Con.

Masters Reykjavik 2022’s on-air talent

Talent team

Masters Reykjavik 2022 broadcast team
Credit: Riot Games
Yinsu “Yinsu” CollinsHost
Jacki JingHost
Arten “Ballatw” EsaCaster/analyst
Brennon “Bren” HookCaster/analyst
Doug “EsportsDoug” CortezCaster/analyst
Michael “Hypoc” RobinsCaster/analyst
Jessica “JessGoat” BoldenCaster/analyst
Beatriz “Kaquka” AlonsoCaster/analyst
Mitch “Mitchman” McBrideCaster/analyst
Lauren “Pansy” ScottCaster/analyst
Josh “Sideshow” WilkinsonCaster/analyst
Tom “Tombizz” BissmireCaster/analyst

Observer team

Masters Reykjavik 2022 observer team
Credit: Riot Games
David “Prius” Kuntz
Heather “sapphiRe” Garozzo
Felix “Synga” Regitz
Nicholas “Yehty” Tesolin

Riot Games’ first international LAN event of the year will kick off in Iceland on April 10 with three opening group stage matches. Fans can watch the matches live on Valorant’s official Twitch and YouTube channels.

Be sure to check out the complete Masters Reykjavik 2022 schedule and results here.

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